Why should you know how to truss a chicken? It’s not just to keep the stuffing in. The legs stay close to the body, and the ends of the drumsticks cover the top of the breast, making for crispier wings and more succulent white meat. See?
Once you’ve trussed your chicken, use this nifty flavour injector (essentially a giant needle and syringe) to pump up the flavour. Mix up your favourite marinade and pretend you’re on Grey’s Anatomy.
Once you’ve learnt how to truss a chicken, browse our roast chicken recipes here.